Max Oliva, Associate Director of IE’s Social Impact Management
It has been a long summer break at Instituto de Empresa, thus reducing the blog activity this month. We are back on track and looking forward on continuing this conversation. I include a brief list of events and topics which have recently taken place for your perusal.
C.K. Prahalad.jpgThe Bottom of the Pyramid, a big opportunity or a mirage?
A very interesting debate has taken place at Nextbillion.net in regards to the Bottom of the Pyramid. According to Aneel G. Karnani, Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, it is just a mirage. C.K. Prahald gives a balanced view of the core arguments of the BOP opportunity.

Cell phones can integrate many of Mexico’s unbanked citizens into the formal banking sector.
World Economic Forum report on Malaria
Business and Malaria: A neglected threat?
Johns Hopkins’ HOPE Honored as the 2006 Nonprofit of the Year
“How to provide affordable housing” Competition from Ashoka’s Change Makers
Deadline for entries, September 6th.
Aid is delivered by organizations, not countries
PSD Blog
Commitment to Development Index
Top 21 countries on trade, aid, investment and others in 2006
2006 Global Development Awards and Medals Competition
Prizes in cash and travel of over US $200,000. The last day for submissions is September 17, 2006 .
care2-logo.jpgCare2 launches world’s largest listing of jobs at socially responsible companies
Care International UK and Charity Bank – Socially Responsible Investment Event, eco6
eco6 Zurich Switzerland 9-10 October 2006


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